To Pauly and usasma,
Thank you both for your assistance and I wanted to give you all an update.
Usasma, I appreciate the compliment you gave me concerning my homework in discovering what those files were associated with, but regrettably not all of them lead to a positive outcome in finding an implementable solution. Cyberlink Power DVD
There were no Windows 7 64 bit drivers
for my program (Version 8.3.5424) Track IR
The drivers that I had (Version 4.1 build 37) are Windows 7 compatible Creative Camera
There are drivers from Creative Labs but camera specific and Dell has not
been able to tell me which model I have (It is built into the monitor itself,
software Version 1.40.05) Patin-Couffin VSO Software
I used CleanVSO.exe to remove this from my system Roxio
There were no Windows 7 64 bit drivers for my program (Version 10.1) Realtek
I downloaded the newest audio and network drivers from Dell for
Windows 7 64 (I was unsure if it was audio or network card protocol) Macrovision Safedisc
Untouched at the moment Acronis Disk Backup Software
Untouched at the moment
After I ran the CleanVSO.exe, my system did crash and some how the settings had reverted back to not saving the minidump information so I have nothing to post at the moment.
I have since changed them back to saving this information and will await a new crash to post.
My current questions are:
1) Any ideas how I might have inadvertently changed the settings back to NOT saving the crash information?
2) Do I use AutoRuns to stop those drivers that are related to programs I no longer have (Macrovision Safedisc and Acronis Disk Backup) or simply wait for the next crash to see what new information is recorded?
Thank you for your time and your assistance.